LocumDeck for Nurses in Essex and Suffolk

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LocumDeck lets you work your way – while helping practices find the right skills.

The NASGP has partnered with Primary Care Careers to run a pilot in Suffolk and Essex of LocumDeck for Nurses. Created by NASGP in collaboration with practice managers, nurses, federations and professional bodies, LocumDeck for Nurses makes it easy for nurses and GP practices to work flexibly together.

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Make the perfect match with practices

Choose when, where and what work you can offer. We put you, the professionals, in control.

Flexible freelance work made easy

Nurses and practices can work together in a way that works best for both of them.

Get yourself seen

Profile your skills, qualifications, experience, compliance data and availability in one place.

Book work instantly

Show practices your skills profile and available clinics so they can book you right away. Plus, get live alerts about work opportunities.

Get paid easily

On LocumDeck, it’s hassle-free to claim your pay. With automatic invoicing and bookkeeping, you’ll always be on track.

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We now have over 2,000 GP practices across the UK already using LocumDeck. It’s simple to use, reliable and saves time and money.

Practice managers using LocumDeck benefit from:

  • A pool of professional nurses in one place.
  • Posting and booking available nurses instantly.
  • Automated administrative tasks.
  • Fully-funded support.

Sign your practice up to LocumDeck now

“I absolutely love the facility for receiving invoices and signing pension forms electronically. You are notified the moment a GP locum adds availability, which is just fantastic. I have no hesitation in recommending LocumDeck – it has already eased my workload.” Sue, Portsmouth

Do I have to live in Suffolk or North East Essex to participate?

No, you can live anywhere. You just need to be interested in working in Suffolk or North East Essex.

How do I start working as a self-employed nurse? 

To commence work on a self-employed basis you would need to register with HMRC. Read more.

You can start working as a self-employed nurse by signing up to LocumDeck for nurses and booking shifts directly with participating practices in Suffolk and North East Essex.

How will this impact my pension?

For more information on how self-employed work affects your pension, please see the Royal College of Nurses (RCN)’s pensions guide.

How do we join? 

To join LocumDeck for Nurses, register on NASGP.org.uk and follow the instructions.

Where can I find out about paying tax as a self-employed nurse? 

Register for Self-Assessment Tax at HMRC. You may wish to read the RCN’s guide to starting out as a self-employed nurse.

What protection do I need as a self-employed nurse? 

Get in touch with the RCN to find out about your individual circumstances.

If you have any further questions please contact us

BENEFITS FOR NURSES

Make the perfect match with practices

Choose when, where and what work you can offer. We put you, the professionals, in control.

Flexible freelance work made easy

Nurses and practices can work together in a way that works best for both of them.

Get yourself seen

Profile your skills, qualifications, experience, compliance data and availability in one place.

Book work instantly

Show practices your skills profile and available clinics so they can book you right away. Plus, get live alerts about work opportunities.

Get paid easily

On LocumDeck, it’s hassle-free to claim your pay. With automatic invoicing and bookkeeping, you’ll always be on track.

REGISTER TODAY

BENEFITS FOR PRACTICES

We now have over 2,000 GP practices across the UK already using LocumDeck. It’s simple to use, reliable and saves time and money.

Practice managers using LocumDeck benefit from:

  • A pool of professional nurses in one place.
  • Posting and booking available nurses instantly.
  • Automated administrative tasks.
  • Fully-funded support.

Sign your practice up to LocumDeck now

“I absolutely love the facility for receiving invoices and signing pension forms electronically. You are notified the moment a GP locum adds availability, which is just fantastic. I have no hesitation in recommending LocumDeck – it has already eased my workload.” Sue, Portsmouth

FAQs

Do I have to live in Suffolk or North East Essex to participate?

No, you can live anywhere. You just need to be interested in working in Suffolk or North East Essex.

How do I start working as a self-employed nurse? 

To commence work on a self-employed basis you would need to register with HMRC. Read more.

You can start working as a self-employed nurse by signing up to LocumDeck for nurses and booking shifts directly with participating practices in Suffolk and North East Essex.

How will this impact my pension?

For more information on how self-employed work affects your pension, please see the Royal College of Nurses (RCN)’s pensions guide.

How do we join? 

To join LocumDeck for Nurses, register on NASGP.org.uk and follow the instructions.

Where can I find out about paying tax as a self-employed nurse? 

Register for Self-Assessment Tax at HMRC. You may wish to read the RCN’s guide to starting out as a self-employed nurse.

What protection do I need as a self-employed nurse? 

Get in touch with the RCN to find out about your individual circumstances.

If you have any further questions please contact us

Our Partners

Primary Care Careers

Primary Care Careers is passionate about making primary care a career destination. We support primary care networks across the East of England to recruit to all their vacancies and we understand the need for flexible working. The Flexible Workforce Platform, powered by LocumDeck, has been created to support this flexibility. We’re delighted to be working in partnership with NASGP to pilot this concept for our nurses based in Suffolk and Essex.

West Suffolk CCG

NHS West Suffolk CCG plans and buys healthcare services for the residents of West Suffolk with clinicians from 25 surgeries.

Ipswich & East Suffolk CCG

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group is a group of 38 GP practices in Ipswich and the eastern part of Suffolk.

North East Essex CCG

We support the 32 GP Practices and 10 PCNs within this area and are delighted to be working with NASGP to provide a fully funded, flexible pool of locum nurses to our practices and PCNs using primary care flexible staff pool funding.